This question has been asked many times over the years, but it was never answered by Sony.
As of this month, the answer has finally been revealed.
The PS4 will finally allow you to play the games you already own on a PC.
When you buy a PS4 through its online catalog, you’ll get access to games you’ve already bought on PS4s hardware.
In a blog post on the company’s website, CEO Shuhei Yoshida says that Sony is making the move to let the PS4 and PC gamers play on the same hardware, rather than the two platforms fighting for dominance.
“With the launch of the PS3 and Xbox 360, we were able to build a great gaming platform, but the PS Vita was not built for gaming.
That was something we couldn’t control, so we wanted to make it easier for users to get into games,” Yoshida wrote.
“Now that we’ve made the PS 4 the new place to play, we hope that everyone can enjoy the amazing games we’ve created with our incredible teams.”
The PlayStation 4 will be released on March 23 for $399, and it will be supported by a host of new titles.
The first game to launch will be “Sonic Lost World,” which will be available on March 28.
Other titles announced this week include “The Order: 1886,” “Destiny,” “Nioh,” “Halo 5: Guardians,” “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,” “Gravity Rush 2,” “FIFA 17,” “Battlefield 1,” “Dynasty Warriors 7: Empires,” “World of Tanks: Tank Battles,” “Rising Storm 2,” and “Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire.”
Sony has said that it’s going to keep a “hands-off” approach to the PlayStation 4, as it focuses on the Xbox One and PS4, and the console will be able access some of the most popular games on PC.